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Expert Plays Roundtable: TPRM at the Enterprise Level + Scaling Your TPRM Program

April 10, 2024

1:00 - 1:50 PM

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Embark on a transformative journey at our Pain Point Roundtable: TPRM at the Enterprise Level + Scaling Your TPRM Program.

In this session, participants will explore the complexities of Third-Party Risk Management (TPRM) at an enterprise scale. Industry leaders will share strategies for seamlessly integrating TPRM into large-scale operations, addressing challenges, and ensuring scalability. Dive into discussions on optimizing processes, leveraging technology, and establishing robust frameworks to navigate the unique landscape of enterprise-level TPRM. Gain insights into aligning TPRM initiatives with organizational objectives and achieving a comprehensive risk management approach.

This roundtable promises a collaborative platform for professionals seeking to enhance their TPRM programs, offering practical insights and networking opportunities essential for success in the dynamic realm of enterprise-level risk management.

Eric Rosendaul | Third Party Governance Program Manager | Citizens

Eric Rosendaul has spent the last nine years of his career in various capacities within third-party risk. Currently, he’s a manager at Citizens leading a highly skilled team of senior analysts. Prior to that, he was a senior analyst on the team, conducting onsite and virtual assessments on critical and high-risk third parties.

Before joining Citizens, Eric spent 5 years at Alliance Data Systems (now Bread Financial). While there, he worked in the Vendor Management Office where he conducted risk assessments, led training programs, built the program’s first fourth-party management process for vendors and clients, and refined and improved a number of other functions. He then moved into a newly created Second Line of Defense (SLOD) role to build and implement the company’s first SLOD oversight function of the VMO. This included framework and policy development, compliance testing, issue remediation and action plan oversight, and Risk Committee and Board reporting.

Eric resides in rural Northwest Ohio with his wife, 3 kids, 2 dogs, 2 cats, 2 horses, and 7 chickens.

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